Is Lynx Your Missing Link?

Sweet boy, Lynx, enjoys playing, meeting new people while out and about on walks, and is our resident nap king! If you have a lap, he’s sure to be in it.  Lynx is an active young boy who plays well with other pups and would be a great fit for most families. Planning to take him on a nice long […]

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Could Kingsly Be the King of Your Castle?

Meet our sweet, lovely man, Kingsly! This handsome gent is looking for a home in the tri-state area and would do best in a low-traffic or suburban area, ideally with a fenced-in yard.  Have you ever seen such a smiley pup?! Kingsly can be a little shy at first, but once he opens up, it’s all zoomies and cuddles! Kingsly […]

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Hunter Is on the Hunt for an Adopter!

Meet our handsome boy, Hunter! Though Hunter’s life was difficult to start, he’s begun a new chapter and cannot wait to start the new journey of finding a loving home!  At the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center (BRC), Hunter has been working to build his confidence and learn to be a companion dog. He can’t wait to show his new family […]

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Top 10 Tips for Camping with Your Pet

Break out the tents, grills and sleeping bags, folks! Camping season is here and the nature lover in many of us is ready to get their camp on! For all the campers out there with nature-loving pets, we have a few pet safety tips from our experts at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) to make this your best camping trip […]

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ASPCA Collaborates with Emergency Management Agencies to Relocate Homeless Animals and Provide Critical Support to Pets Impacted by Appalachia Floods

At the request of the Hazard Area Command, we are on the ground supporting the Animal Care branch at the Emergency Operations Center as well as conducting search and rescue throughout Knott, Letcher, Perry and Breathitt counties in Kentucky for animal victims impacted by the recent floods. We are also supporting pet owners in the community by providing pet food and […]

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Feeling the Heat: Factory Farming and Climate Change

As this summer is proving, our planet is getting warmer, and, as scientists have long predicted, severe weather is increasing and intensifying. Some effects of climate change, like the frequency of wildfires, drought, flooding and record-breaking heat, are happening faster than expected—and global temperatures are expected to continue to rise, largely due to human-caused greenhouse gases. We must hold the […]

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The ASPCA Helps 9,000 Vulnerable Kittens in Los Angeles with Support from Dedicated Fosters

We recently marked a major milestone in Los Angeles, caring for our 9,000th kitten through our Kitten Foster Program! This milestone comes during the height of feline breeding season, also known as kitten season, a time of year when shelters nationwide are overwhelmed with vulnerable, newborn cats. Our lifesaving kitten program operates in partnership with the Los Angeles County Animal […]

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To My Future Adopter: Love, Sirius

Dear Future Adopter,  I’m so excited to finally meet you! I’ve been waiting quite a while to meet the love of my life, and I’m really happy it’s you! Since we’re just meeting for the first time, there’s a few things I want to know about me—after all, relationships are all about trust, right? To start off, I came from […]

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Luisa’s Longing to Leave Shelter Life Behind

Meet our happy pup Luisa! Luisa is an energetic, fun-loving lady who can’t wait to get out of the shelter and into a new home.  Luisa is always happy to spend time with friends and strangers alike, greeting them with a waggy tail and full body wiggle. She may forget how to contain her excitement and jump up—but hey, she’s […]

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Can You Dig It? Compost and Fertilizer Pet Safety Tips!

In the summertime, many dogs and even cats enjoying digging in the dirt and playing in mulch and garden beds. But it’s important to keep the following safety tips from the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) in mind to avoid potential toxin exposures to your pets as they play outside.  Avoid free access to fertilizers: Fertilizers are irritating to the gastrointestinal tract […]

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